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Krispy Kreme grows Scottish presence

Doughnut retailer, Krispy Kreme, has started an expansion drive across Scotland, after opening a factory shop in Edinburgh in February 2013.

Garvin Darby, Premier Foods' CEO
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Premier Foods announces £1.13bn refinancing deal

Premier Foods has announced a £1.13bn refinancing plan aimed at reducing its heavy debts and reviving the business.

Food and drink apprenticeships reach record levels

Statistics released today show that the number of completed apprenticeships at food and drink businesses in England is at a record high.

Tyne & Wear bakery loses £2,000 in robbery

A family bakery in Tyne & Wear lost more than £2,000 last week after a drug addict crawled through an air vent and emptied the company safe.

Food suppliers make big strides in reducing waste

Food and drink manufacturers have achieved “substantial reductions” in the amount of waste sent to landfill, according to the latest results.

New finance head at Pret

Pret A Manger has appointed Adam Jones as its new chief financial officer.

Scottish association begins hunt for top baker

A bakery masterclass has been held with celebrity cake-maker Mich Turner to mark the search to find the Scottish Baker of the Year 2014.

Kent bakery teams with Waterstones for book launch

Cake business Bluebell Kitchen is producing 190 cupcakes in support of Waterstones’ World Book Day.

Dum Dum Doughnuts rocked by explosive demand

Dum Dum Doughnuts is to postpone online orders having sold 5,000 doughnuts within three days.

Greggs introduces loyalty app

Greggs has launched a new mobile payment app, designed to reward customer loyalty.

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